Things to do in CB6 3LU


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The Stained Glass Museum
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Museums

The Stained Glass Museum offers a unique insight into the fascinating history of stained glass, an art-form that has been practiced in Britain for at least thirteen hundred years.

Adults from £3.50

Rockingham Castle
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Castles & Halls

Rockingham Castle an Amazing Norman Castle built under the instruction of William the Conqueror, a family home for the past 450 years, over looking 4 counties.

Adults from £7.50

The Animal Experience
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Wildlife Parks

A hands-on experience with Snakes, Reptiles, Meerkats, Minibeasts & other unusual animals. Entertainment and education for schools, parties, kids clubs & corporate functions

Oliver Cromwell's House
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Museums

Visit the former Lord Protector's family home, the only residence still in existence other than Hampton Court. Experience what domestic life would have been like in the 17th Century.

Cambridge American Cemetery and Memorial
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Heritage Sites

Cambridge American Cemetery and Memorial is a cemetery and chapel between the villages of Coton and Madingley in Cambridgeshire, England. It was opened in 1956, and commemorates American servicemen and women who died in World War II.

Museum of Cambridge
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Museums

Discover the fascinating stories of local people find the Giants Boot, the prize belt of the long distance champion of the world, witch bottles and the real Muffin Man.

Adults £6

Ely Museum
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Museums

Ely Museum: The history centre for the Isle of Ely and the Fens

Adults £4.50

Jubilee Gardens
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Gardens

The Friends of Jubilee Gardens Ely were formed in 2003 to provide continued public participation in developing and maintaining the Gardens and also to extend awareness of, and encourage pride in, the Gardens.

Kings's College Chapel
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Cathedrals & Churches

King's College Chapel is a splendid example of late Gothic (Perpendicular) architecture. It was started in 1446 by Henry VI (1421-71) and took over a century to build.

Adults £9

Fitzwilliam Musem
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Museums

The Fitzwilliam Museum was described by the Standing Commission on Museums & Galleries in 1968 as "one of the greatest art collections of the nation and a monument of the first importance".